Tzouras

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Tzouras
Tzouras.jpg
String instrument
Classification String instrument
Hornbostel–Sachs classification
(Composite chordophone)
Developed Greece
Related instruments
Bouzouki, Baglamas, Saz

The Tzouras (Greek: τζουράς), is a Greek stringed musical instrument related to the Bouzouki. Its name comes from the Turkish Cura. It has 6 strings in 3 courses and is tuned D3 D4, A3 A3, D4 D4 or D4 D3, A3 A3, D4 D4. The strings are made of steel.[1][2]

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